Scholarships and Playbooks Season 1

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  1. hornfaninbama

    hornfaninbama GT: BulgyTexas

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  2. matthew34brown

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    TULANE GREEN WAVE
    Offense: Ohio State
    Defense: 4-3
    2013 Scholarships
    70 - 68 = 2 + 16 Seniors = 18 Scholarships
    9 Remaining

    Recruit Name Caliber Position (Pos Rank) Height/Weight Hometown Overall
    Sean Bishop :4stars: #4 C 6'2"/260 lbs Village St. George, LA ~78
    Tommy Rucker :4stars: #11 T 6'4"/293 lbs Houma, LA ~66
    Johnny Garner :4stars: #7 RB 6'2"/192 lbs Colleyville, TX ~67
    Freddie Baker :3stars: #206 WR 6'3"/213 lbs Phoenixville, PA ~77 Juco Jr.
    Tony Medlock :3stars: #23 CB 5'11"/180 lbs Vivian, LA ~72
    Jeff Evans :3stars: #38 DE 6'5"/247 lbs Manitowoc, WI ~72
    Ryan Johnson :2stars: #226 WR 6'0"/201 lbs Homestead, FL ~69 Juco Jr.
    Jonathan Ransom :2stars: #23 K 5'10"/169 lbs Benito, TX ~73
    Michael Lewis :2stars: #74 ATH 6'0"/196 lbs Fredrick, MD ~75 Juco Jr.
     
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  3. hornfaninbama

    hornfaninbama GT: BulgyTexas

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    Offense: Spread Option (Generic)
    Defense: 43 Multiple
    2013 Scholarships
    70 - 68 = 2 + 10 = 12 Scholarships
    8 Signed; 4 Available

    Name Position Overall Rank Caliber Height Weight State Overall
    Eddie Harris QB #21 #321 :3stars: 6' 207 Sylacauga, AL 81 (+1)
    Dustin Collier Athlete #60 #539 :3stars: 6'1" 251 lbs Al Arabi, LA 64 (0)
    Marcus Carter Tackle # 83 #1301 :3stars: 6'5" 276 lbs North Gulfport, MS 69 (+4)
    James Mitchell FB #32 #2347 :1stars: 5'11" 243 lbs Jackson, MS 68 (+5)
    Andy Wall DE #56 #532 :3stars: 6'5" 260 lbs Ruston, LA 67 (-2)
    Joel McCoy Athlete #48 #309 :3stars: 6'4" 267 lbs Zachary, LA 66 (-1)
    Joe Brown DT #126 #1916 :2stars: 6'3" 262 lbs Clute, TX 65 (+6)
    Tommy Bennett Athlete #72 #1606 :2stars: 6'4" 231 lbs Hueytown, AL 65 (+8)
     
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    Texas State

    Offense: Nebraska
    Defense: 4-3

    Scholarships: 70 - 68 = 2 + 19 = 21 scholarships
     
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    19 Scholarships
    OFFENSE: NORTH TEXAS
    DEFENSE: 4-3
    1. ATH :4stars:Larry Adams 6'1" 196 Dallas, TX #179 (#40 ATH) Most Likely a RB but could play in the secondary if another top target at RB signs
    2. WR :3stars:Marlon Williams 6'0" 180 Aransas Pass, TX #714 (#114 WR) adds depth to the position if not redshirted will be number 4 or 5 on the depth chart
    3. DE :3stars:Brian Butler 6'5"256 Azle, TX #318 (#28 DE) Likely a RS otherwise will be a backup
    4. K :3stars:Andy Kade 5'11" 181 North Potomac, MD #1465 (#10 K) He's a kicker
    5. HB :5stars: Lorenzo Heath 6'0" 196 Phoenixville, PA #17 (#1 HB) could be right in the mix if Byrd goes pro
     
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  6. Austin1990

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    Offense: Georgia Tech (Obviously)

    Defense: 3-3-5 (I think they can pull it off, we'll see)

    Scholarships: 22 SR + (70-68) = 24 Scholarships Uh-Oh..... HAHA
     
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    Offense- Multiple

    Defense- 4-3

    Schollys'- 9 SR's + 2 = 11


    Have about 15 terrible JR's
     
  8. hornfaninbama

    hornfaninbama GT: BulgyTexas

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    UNT with a :4stars: commit!

    Y'all are gonna hate Eddie Harris. He's gonna tear the sun belt to pieces.
     
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    I just let him go I saw now hope... Put the points towards another close to him
     
  10. hornfaninbama

    hornfaninbama GT: BulgyTexas

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    #1 JUCO QB Choose U-LA-LA
    Lafayette, LA- Eddie Harris committed to Coach T Dawg Jenkins on Saturday. Harris is the #1 JUCO QB in the country and looks like he will be a great weapon for the Ragin Cajuns spread option offense.

    Harris is a true scrambling QB but brings phenomenal accuracy (96 THA) along with excellent skills in the run game (85 speed, 88 acceleration, 88 juke move.) Coach Jenkins says Harris will redshirt next season provided Terrance Broadway returns for his senior season. "He knew coming in we wanted to sit him next season, just to give him a little time to build up his arm strength" (83 THP).

    Harris also held an offer from Tulane, but he said the Green Wave had started to back off the last few weeks.
     
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    I'm gonna laugh so hard if he transfers for "playing time" after you redshirt him hahaha jk. Seriously he's gonna wreck my team. FAU loses EVERYONE at the end of this season.
     
  12. hornfaninbama

    hornfaninbama GT: BulgyTexas

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    At least on ncaa this year everyone goes up 12 points a season haha
     
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    Hahaha true. On a similar note: I'm interested to see how much they improve at lower tier schools. It's determined by "facilities" right? Have you done a 1* team and found out?
     
  14. hornfaninbama

    hornfaninbama GT: BulgyTexas

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    I haven't done any low programs yet, but I bet it's the same. A buddy of mine took USF and he said that his players have shot up over the last few seasons.
     
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